Queer Life Drawing with Musa Hayat + LGBTQ archive display


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Queer Life Drawing

Queer Life Drawing taught by Musa Hayat. Also includes a display from the LGBTQ collections at Southwark Archives.


Starts: Monday 19:00
Ends: Monday 21:00

Event Details

Address:1 Clayton Road

Post code:SE15 5JA

Tickets:Free (suggested donation £10 for LGBT fundraiser)


Queer Life Drawing with Musa Hayat This February, Prince of Peckham will be celebrating LGBTQ History month with an exciting programme. Jay Jay Revlon, a community activist and local event curator with his night “Let’s Have A Kiki” celebrates diversity and queer culture. For February Jay Jay will be programming with us for LGBTQ month. LGBTQ History Month is a month-long annual observance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history. The history of the gay rights and related civil rights movements. we have events spread out over the month Join up stairs for Queer Life Drawing Queer Life Drawing taught by Musa Hayat. Musa is a nude POC model who struggled with body dysmorphia. His work focuses on ideals of self love and body confidence. Currently, he’s working with My Body Back Project to raise awareness about the importance of consent in our society. https://www.instagram.com/moosehayat/ 🎫 Free !! // Suggested £10 donation to raise for charity are welcome Please bring pad and art tools limited available At the events there will also be a display on the walls from Southwark Archives showing the past and present of local queer communities in Peckham and beyond. As well as commissioning the display, Jay Jay Revlon is working with the archive to create a new 'Let's Have A Kiki' collection to celebrate the projects he curates for the LGBTQ community in Peckham and record them for posterity.